Lavender Morantz is a leading Success and Wealth Strategist specializing in teaching people how to create financial freedom. Lavender’s vision is to empower others globally to take inspired action and create the life of their dreams today. She specializes in creating simple strategies for massive success, true financial independence and total JOY. Her mission is to help people create the freedom, purpose and joy that they desire in their lives through leadership, coaching and a simple and proven system for unmatched success.
James started laying the foundation for the Ugandan Water Project in 2007 after crashing a barbecue and meeting a man from Uganda. The first water projects were installed in 2008 and the organization now works in over 300 communities across Uganda. A contagious communicator, he speaks on topics surrounding international development, non-profit leadership and values-driven poverty alleviation across diverse demographics. He loves helping people see their own potential to change the world. James is passionate about helping to identify sustainable solutions for communities in crisis by leveraging the power of relationships.
Obsessed with understanding why great people crash and burn, Kevin has studied and tested most every leadership theory known to humankind. He believes there is no in-between with leadership; either it slowly destroys your life or it forces you to get stronger. His speciality is helping great leaders get stronger.
Kristen imagines a world in which all organizations have cultures that empower people to climb toward the best version of themselves every day. As the CEO and founder of Student Maid, a cleaning company that has employed thousands of millennials and is known for building the next generation of leaders, Kristen has fostered a unique perspective on leadership, organizational culture, and bridging the generational gap. In addition to leading her own company, Kristen now helps organizations around the world make a lasting, meaningful impact on people by creating environments in which they thrive.